Lascaux is the setting of a complex of caves in southwestern France famous for its Paleolithic cave paintings. The original caves are located near the village of Montignac, in the department of Dordogne. Wikipedia
The Panodome Lascaux VR-Exhibition project intends to bring the exhibition visitor virtually inside the Lascaux caves and create the opportunity of an interactively walk through, along the caves famous stone age paintings. The visitors pace the virtual reality of the past with a guided audio visual tour by their respective language, containing visual information and details about the history of Lascaux and the stone age.
Featuring a rich infotainment experience with VR-scenery of the cave as well as 3D-stereoscopic spherical video productions, deliver an artistic interpretation of :
- The rediscovery of the caves in 1954 by 18-year-old Marcel Ravidat.
- The first discovery of the untouched caves by the stone age people.
- The painting process with a description of the tools and preparation processes.
- The rituals taken place in the cave, with an interpretation of those times chants, creation of sounds, light effects and the use and consumption of ritual stimulants and special foods.
- Other interpretations about pre-historic life and living.
* 3 x YT : Making of Stone Age people / Stereoscopic Spherical Video / VR-Production Unity 3D
The exhibition length is set at ca. 20-30 minutes, at a price target of € 5 per person.
The aim is to establish a tight relationship with historical museums and other exhibitions and cinemas worldwide as physical locations with the installation of Panodome VR-boothes,
* PIC Booth / TV with VR / Online-VR
as well as TV- and Online Media Channels that feature the Virtual Reality head mount watching over their own or over Panodomes website via web streaming service.
Due to its cultural project nature, the VR-exhibition bases on sponsoring and investment funding sources with interesting offers. Please feel free to visit the respective links and to participate from this cultural project.
“Font-de-Gaume” by Charles Robert Knight – http://birdbookerreport.blogspot.com/2012/01/new-title_30.html. Licensed under Public Domain via Commons.